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Blood on the Tract

by on Nov.13, 2016, under Culture, Health

If you see blood in your urine, that's almost never a good sign. Blood in the urine can be caused by kidney or bladder infection, and it can indicate cancer. blood_in_urine It's not always apparent. Sometimes you have to use a microscope to be sure. blood_in_urine2 But if you actually see red, see a doctor right away. blood_in_urine3 Unless you're the do-it-yourself type; then you can investigate yourself. Chen from Zhejiang Province in east China was too worried to go to the doctor, so he explored his urinary tract from the most accessible opening by inserting a chopstick in his penis. x-ray_chop As the x-ray picture shows the stainless steel utensil reached the great rectal wall. Surgeons were able to eliminate it without additional damage. Chen was admonished not to take his urinary system into his own hands.
Caution: Do not insert in penis.

Caution: Do not insert in penis.

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Starting the New Year With a Bang

by on Dec.31, 2012, under Culture, Health, Recreation, Weapons

When celebrating the new year, we encourage, as always, safe behavior. In the event of a catastrophe, please take as many detailed, high resolution photos as possible. poppers_MED You shouldn't drink and drive, because a car is potentially dangerous. Celebrate with fireworks, from the comfort of your own back yard. For maximum safety, stick with the party favors you can buy at an actual store as opposed to a roadside stand just outside the city limits. You could put someone's eye out with these... but that's never actually happened.


If you're willing to shop around cheap_fireworks You might hit the jackpot and find something that will start the year with a real bang. fireworks_collection Let's see how we can avoid the pitfalls that can accompany a heated pyrotechnic celebration. fireworks-sparkler Place your fireworks carefully before igniting them. Good places include pits dug into the ground and lined with rock. Bad places include body orifices. If you intend to light your firecrackers and then toss them, know where they're going to land before you throw them. We suggest a short arc underhand throw. The release is critical. fireworks-hand1   As in comedy, timing is everything. FirecrackerInjury2011   Fortunately these are mere flesh wounds and clean up pretty well.


Don't stare directly at the fireworks. Like gazing at the sun, you may not realize the extent of the damage until it's too late.


Don't stand in the path of deploying fireworks mortars. It's the same basic principle as avoiding a speeding car or train so it's a valuable survival instinct.


Learn to differentiate the variety of tissues, muscles, etc. that you may encounter. For example, the distinctive white color and relative rigidity indicates that it's bone.


If your firework doesn't ignite right away, there's no need to rush to check it out.



If one of the mortars doesn't fire, do not try to spot the malfunction by looking down into it.


Celebrate the New Year safely and enjoy the show!


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Keeping it Real

by on Sep.22, 2012, under Culture, Family, Health, Recreation, Religion, Technology

Whether for job interviews, professional advancement, or your wedding night, there are a lot of situations where an intact hymen can come in handy. But how will they know? These anatomically expressive medical diagrams explain. On the rare chance that you actually have an intact hymen, you're still not out of the woods. Depending on your own anatomical peculiarities, you fall into one of these three classes.
Fraud-proof hymen - halat hymen 
  • has sieve openings or a partitioned opening,
  • and if found on medical examination is an indisputable proof of virginity.
  • Like any other type of hymen the halat hymen can be torn with a finger, object, and penis.
  • Tearing the halat hymen with a penis ends virginity.
  • Tearing the halat hymen with a finger or an object does not end virginity but deprives the virgin  of her indisputable proof of virginity.

Typical  elastic hymen
  • can be stretched with fingers(s), object(s), and penis(es) and regains its original shape sooner or later.
  • Stretching the elastic hymen with a finger or an object does not end virginity.
  • Stretching the elastic hymen with a penis ends virginity.
  • Because the elastic hymen regains it shape sooner or later after stretching(s) the regular medical examination results are inconclusive. Some specialized testing techniques are available.

Typical tornable / stretchable hymens
  • can be torn with finger(s), object(s), and penis(es)
  • and if torn they remain torn and present notches  / clefts
  • or they heal with scars hardly detectable without specialist testing techniques.
If you really want that job, how can you convince them that your hymen has remained intact despite riding a boy's bike, as you explained to your parents, when you were younger?
Yes, you can restore the appearance of virginity and intact maidenhood with this wonderful product as seen on TV! Originally from Japan in 1993, they were designed for women who wanted to recreate the fantasy of sex with a virgin for their partner.
They're now produced in other countries as well, including the U.S. and China. Recently, imports of this product have been banned in some Middle Eastern countries, where "virginity fraud" has lead to "honor killings".
Once the artificial hymen is inserted carefully into the vagina, it will expand a little and make the vagina feel tighter. When you begin sexual intercourse and your lover penetrates you, the artificial hymen will begin to ooze out a red liquid that looks like blood, not too much, but just the right amount. This will simulate the defloration of a virgin and stain the bed sheets with a few drops of simulated blood. By adding in a a few moans and groans, you will undetectably recreate the fantasy of making love to a virgin.
There are two per package, so you can play with yourself first for practice.
Then you can clean up.
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A New Spin On Toolroom Safety

by on Sep.15, 2012, under Education, Health, Miscellaneous

Recently, Kayla Carrera had an unfortunate encounter with a drill press. We're certain that we saved lives with our Boating Safety Tips, and thought we would offer tips for working around machine tools. While we will focus on the engine lathe, most of the safety tips we will offer apply to other machine tools as well. Lathes may appear to be cute and cuddly like this jeweler's lathe.

But even with protection like the safety shield on this 21" lathe, you still have to exercise proper caution.

Don't lean over operating machinery. If you can't reach easily, turn off the machine first. Use lots of coolant. Besides keeping the tool bits sharp, it washes away the swarf. Water based coolants are more popular than oil based coolants, but if a lot of blood is involved, remember that blood is thicker than water. You might need to use a higher volume than usual. Don't put your arm over a rotating spindle while wearing clothing. Even at slow turning speeds, if your sleeve is caught you won't be able to use that arm to turn off the motor. Operating an engine lathe without wearing clothing is not recommended either. Tighten the chuck evenly and securely. Anything caught in the jaws of the chuck can throw your work off balance and result in a hazard. Prop the chuck with a piece of scrap lumber when installing it, and make sure the lathe is off first. If no lumber is available, find a substitute that's not part of your own body. After mounting the chuck, check for tightness and rigidity. Doing it under power could cause a loss of sensitivity so always check with the power off. When your hands are safely away, spin it up, then down, and check it again only after it has stopped spinning. Wear good quality, tight fitting clothing while working on an engine lathe. Loose clothing can get caught, pulling and tearing it. Poor materials tear more easily, allowing more parts to leak out. While this subject was a victim of his fashion choices as well as not following our safety rules, you can't always blame your failures on what you're wearing. You should also know where your hands are relative to the sharp spinny bits at all times.

We'll cover Milling Machine Safety Tips at a later time.  
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Blood of the Lamb

by on Apr.08, 2012, under Culture, History, Religion

In honor of Passover and Easter, we present a photograph of people feeling "the blood of the lamb" Old Testament style. Image (C) Pavel Prokopchik  http://www.prokopchik.com
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Main Squeeze

by on Apr.08, 2012, under Crime, Family, Health

When the 57 year old man from Muncie, Indiana ended the 8 month long relationship with Christina Reber, 43, he didn't expect her to take it so badly. A few days later, she stormed the apartment as the victim was sitting at his computer. Reber first struck him on the head and then grabbed his scrotum and began “squeezing as hard as she could.”

Reber was released after posting a $ 10,000 bond. She has been charged with aggravated battery and illegally entering the property, both felonies, and domestic battery.

The unidentified victim was treated at Ball Memorial Hospital, a center for orchiectomy treatment.

The victim said that the swelling was so bad he has been unable to walk. Doctors don't know if he will suffer any permanent effects.

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Overdraw Penalty

by on Dec.19, 2011, under Education, Health, Toys, Weapons

Like any sport involving weapons, you need to take extra care when shooting a bow and arrow. One common cause of accidents is using an arrow that's too short, causing the shooter to overdraw.

Overdraw causes the arrow to fall off the rest. Once off the rest, the arrow could be pointing anywhere. Most likely it will be pointing towards the hand holding the bow.

If you're especially good, you might get two for one.

Also be sure to check the shaft. If the shaft breaks while you're shooting the arrow...

 ... it can cause substantial discomfort.

If you use arrows with carbon fiber shafts, they have an added benefit of splintering, so you get extra needles piercing your hand.

To avoid accidents, inspect your equipment regularly. Feel along the shaft, moving your fingers up and down to make sure it's straight, rigid, and smooth. If it's not ready to shoot, keep it in the quiver.

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The Thais That Bind

by on Sep.06, 2011, under Culture, Drugs, Food, Health, History, Religion

The Phuket Vegetarian Festival is held for nine days during the ninth month of the lunar calendar every year. The ethnic Chinese that celebrate believe that abstinence from meat and various stimulants  will help them obtain good health and peace of mind. Though the origins of the festival are unclear, it is thought that perhaps the festival was bought to Phuket by a wandering Chinese opera group who fell ill with malaria while performing on the island. They decided to adhere to a strict vegetarian diet and pray to the Nine Emperor Gods who would ensure purification of the mind and body. On recovery, the people celebrated by holding a festival that was meant to honour the gods as well as express the people's happiness at surviving what was, in the nineteenth century, a fatal illness.

 During the festival, vegetarian food is sold in the stalls. People show off their elaborate tattoos. There's firewalking. If you're not afraid of heights, there's razor-blade ladder climbing. And there's "extreme" piercing. Really extreme. They even make this guy look like a wimp. It's a good thing they're vegetarians.
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The Rose

by on Nov.07, 2010, under Art, Nature

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